Some of your applications, plugins, and themes would need specific PHP values for them to run.
At Rovity, we offer domain-level PHP settings that affect only a specific domain.
That means you can enable PHP 7.4 to one of your websites compatible with the latest PHP version.
Other domains can keep using old versions like PHP 7.3.
These settings are independent of each other.
To change PHP versions, modify PHP values, install or uninstall any PHP extensions, you need to log in to your DirectAdmin account.
How to Change the PHP Version?
To change your current PHP versions, log in to your DirectAdmin account.
Now click on the Select PHP version icon under the Extra Features section.
Select the PHP version page that would open now.
If your current PHP version is set as native, then you may see a warning.
Click on the dropdown arrow, and you can see a list of available PHP versions.
Select your preferred PHP versions from this list.
Make sure you click on the Set as current to save the changes.
How to Install or Uninstall a PHP Extension?
From the same Select PHP version page, you can see a list of PHP extensions.
Those checked PHP Extensions are already installed PHP Extensions.
If you need to install an extension, you only need to select the extension.
You can remove any activated extension by unchecking the checkbox.
Clicking on the Reset to default button will reset the installed extensions to the system default.
The Options tab will give you a page where you can manage PHP parameters like max_execution_time, memory_limit, post_max_size, etc.
The changes get saved instantly and reflect in your domains.
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